Towns & Villages

Within the eight counties that make up Central New York, quaint towns and villages wait to be explored. These towns and villages are filled with warm hospitality and charming bed and breakfasts that are perfect for those looking for a place to enjoy a little rest and relaxation.

In the town of Sherburne, the Checkered Moose Inn provides warm hospitality as soon as you walk through the doors. The inn is comprised of seven rooms, each with their own private bathroom. When staying at the inn, you will have the opportunity to attend special dinners, enjoy a continental breakfast and partake in a cooking class.

The inn is currently undergoing a few renovations to include more on-site services like a nail and hair salon and a dance studio.

Also in Sherburne, you’ll find the Pillow and Pantry Bed & Breakfast. The B&B includes four beautiful rooms with luxurious amenities including a private bathroom, two parlors and two porches. On weekends, deliciously prepared full breakfasts are served and continental breakfast is available during the weekdays.

You will immediately feel right at home as the B&B will overwhelm you with small-town charm. The dining room is filled with board games, has a full-size fridge for guests to use, and a popcorn machine.

Couple shopping on Main Street in Cooperstown

Celebrating its 18th anniversary, the American Hotel in Sharon Springs has become a local favorite and a popular place for tourists to stay. The American Hotel is comprised of nine rooms, each with their own unique feel.

You’ll wake up in the morning to a full breakfast that’s included with your stay. You can also enjoy lunch or dinner at their award-winning restaurant that offers a variety of delectable menu items and craft cocktails. Their menu items consist of ingredients from local farmers and bakeries. 

With the hotel’s historically beautiful perennial patio, you can enjoy a little outdoor relaxation in one of their many Adirondack chairs. The hotel also hosts a series of events including a Garden Party, Harvest Festival and Victorian Holiday Celebration.

Nestled in downtown Norwich sits a beautiful Victorian home, the Splendor Inn. Choose from six spacious guest rooms and wake up to a scrumptious full breakfast. You may invite friends in the nearby community to breakfast if there is enough space in the dining room for a small fee.

The Splendor Inn Tea Room is also open seasonally for those you who enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea session.

The inn is also within walking distance from local restaurants, bars and the Northeast Classic Car Museum.

Aisle of classic cars

Just 15 minutes away from some of Cooperstown’s main attractions including the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the Lakehouse Restaurant and Lodge provides a charming place to stay that will have you feeling right at home.

Constructed in 1843, the Lake House Restaurant resides right along the shore of Canadarago Lake in Richfield Springs and includes comfortable lodging on the second and third floors each with a private bathroom. 

Associated with the Lake House, the Baseball Hotel located on the historic Church Street has recently been renovated to include new bathrooms in each hotel room. A delightful hot breakfast is severed every morning at this 19th-century hotel.

Within the town of Clinton, The Milkhouse Bed and Breakfast stems from an old, restored home from the 1850s. The two-story B&B derives its name from the original farm milkhouse on the property that was used in the early 1900s.

This peaceful country getaway provides guests with a locally-grown breakfast including homegrown raspberry pancakes served with local maple syrup and seasonal fruit with homemade baked goods.

Surrounded by beautiful trees and gardens, the Milkhouse Bed and Breakfast provides a great place to stay with a significant other or the family.

In Central New York, these bed and breakfasts serve as the perfect home away from home. All you have to do is simply choose your favorite and begin your weekend adventure filled with unforgettable memories.